During virus times the new normal for hobbies and other upskilling activities is online tutorials from home.
Well, home is where all the action is and hence all aspects of home acoustics assumes a lot of importance in these times.
Even if the virus goes away, home acoustics will remain a permanent asset of value and comfort for every member of the family.

 

So noise isolation is always a priority. You don’t want to disturb your neighbours which can be other family members in the next room or the next-door neighbours.

For noise isolation it is best to install an AC, if you do not already have one in the hobby room, shut all the doors and windows to cut off external noises.

This also works for inter-room noise isolation so that work from home and home schooling by other family members can happen at the same time without distraction or annoyance.

 

But noise isolation is only one part to the acoustics story. Sometimes in multi-storey apartments, noise isolation is not as effective as it not entirely in your control.

Hence the other part to the acoustics story is sound absorption. Minimizing echoes within the hobby rooms and this I can assure you is 100% within your control.

Sound absorption cuts reverb time or echoes so that noises produced in the hobby room are quickly soaked in by the walls & ceilings and there is little or no bounce-off.

You do not want the sounds that you produce like music or blaring the bluetooth speaker to echo in the hobby room and create cacophony.

You also do not want your voice to echo into the laptop mic or the tutor’s voice coming out from the laptop speakers to bounce off the hard, reflective surfaces of the room.

 

Let’s face it! You may be using headphones but prolonged use of headphones can cause fatigue and is not desirable.

On the other side it is the same for the tutors too. They want to host online classes in their homes with a quiet ambience. 

 

So how can it be all done? How many acoustical panels would you need so that your room sounds just right? Anutone has actually made it very easy and simple for you.

Check out your room size and leave the acoustic engineering to Anutone. From XS to XXL we have categorised hobby room sizes, and after acoustic assessment and computer simulation, we have arrived at an optimised solution.

All you need to do is buy that many boxes of acoustical panels online from the Anutone eShop. These are DIY Do-It-Yourself or your local carpenter can install them in a few hours.

Acoustics-In-A-Box is a revolutionary new concept for India and a great convenience from Anutone specifically for the home consumer. Your prayers are answered.

 

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You can choose colours, fabrics and even your favourite images that are digitally transferred to the acoustical surface without loss of sound absorption values.

Once the panels are installed you will notice a perceptible difference. A soothing ambience, a quiet environment for your favourite hobbies.
Now the teacher and the student can focus on their online classes.
No distraction, no annoyance. Parents, teachers and kids are happy.
Hobbies @ Home could never have been easier with Anutone acoustics.

 

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